As you walk into Sea Haze, the panoramic sea-views of the coastline from every room will take your breath away. Unwind as you enjoy the magic of the Cornish landscape sitting in the secluded terraced garden Pet-friendly, Sea Haze is a truly unique, detached house a few minutes walk from the beach, shop, pub and restaurant and the South West Coast path.
お部屋 Sea Haze is located in a commanding position on top of a cliff just 5 minutes walk from the dog-friendly beach in Downderry. To the West you can see the amazing white-sand beaches of Whitsand Bay and the striking bulk of Rame Head. As you gaze out to see, you may see a warship on exercise from Plymouth or perhaps on a clear day, the Eddystone lighthouse. To the East, the every-changing colour of the waves takes your eye to the bird-sanctuary of Looe Island.
Located down a quiet cut-de-sac with stunning sea views from every room, as you enter Sea Haze you will immediately encounter that special Cornish magic. There is nothing between you and the wide span of the breathtaking view. Step out on to the balcony and breathe in the sea-air and the sun sparkling on the water where you can enjoy an alfresco breakfast on a sunny morning.
In the evening, relax and savour the sunset in the dining-room - solarium or open wide the doors of the Juliet balcony in the spacious lounge to really feel part of this unique landscape. Relax with a glass of prosecco in the delightful, secluded garden or laze the evening away with a barbecue on the terrace.
At the close of a blissful day, enjoy the comfortable beds as you listen to the crashing of the waves on the shore below with only the sound of the birds to disturb your blissful night's sleep.
Downderry is one of the undiscovered gems of the South Cornish coast. Less than an hour from Plymouth, it is readily accessible yet still unspoilt. As well as the Downderry beach itself, nearby are the extensive beaches of Whitsand Bay and the charming ports of Looe and Polperro. The local pub lives up to its name of the 'Inn on the Shore' and serves modestly-priced food in a stunning location. Opposite is the famous 'Blue Plate' restaurant for more formal dining and nearby Seaton offers further choices for coffee and eating.